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Hi Don,

Problem is with your initial_highres to highres registration.
All the example_func to X registrations (except where X=initial_highres)
are generated by combining example_func2initial_highres with
initial_highres2highres.

So, have a look at this registration and see if other DOF or
pre-processing (bet, etc) can help.

Cheers m'dear,
    Mark



Donna Lloyd wrote:

>Dear FSL,
>
>Following on from previous e-mails about registering few epi slices to whole
>brain epi to highres to standard i have a question about 'partial success
>registration'.
>
>On the basis of the FEAT report the registration of the example_func to
>initial_highres (whole brain epi) was successful, as was the registration of
>the highres to standard. However, the registration of initial_highres to
>highres, example_func to highres and example_func to standard has failed.
>
>I'm failing to see a pattern in this so i can effectively target the offending
>image. Have checked all images with MRIcro and used full search strategy in
>FEAT.
>
>Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>
>Donna
>
>
>Donna Lloyd DPhil
>Magnetic Resonance and Image
> Analysis Research Centre (MARIARC)
>University of Liverpool
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>or
>
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